A Slice of Buenos Aires

Slice Buenos Aires Butcher

I have the feeling that I’ll be publishing more pure picture posts for Buenos Aires than I did for our previous locations in Savannah and Oviedo. Every time I step outdoors, I return with another 100 pictures clogging my memory card. Too many things catch my attention.

Hope you enjoy them!

  • Laughing Tree Buenos Aire
  • Hanging up Laundry in Buenos Aires
  • Electric Fuse Buenos Aires
  • Antenna Tower Buenos Aires
  • People in Buenos Aires waiting to cross the Street
  • Street Tree Buenos Aires
  • Column shadow Buenos Aires
  • Red head column Buenos Aires
  • Round architecture Buenos Aires
  • Coat of armor city of Buenos Aires
  • Bar notable waiter in Buenos Aires
  • Twig building Buenos Aires
  • Old and new meets Buenos Aires
  • Brutalist architecture in Buenos Aires
  • Closed electronic store in Buenos Aires
  • Riding a motorbike in Buenos Aires
  • Bueno Aires French Building
  • Secret Butcher in Buenos Aires
  • Man playing accordion at a Bar Notable
  • Bar Notable Federal San Telmo
  • San Telmo at night in Buenos Aires
  • Alone at home in Buenos Aires
  • Open Window in Buenos aires
  • Cobblestone streets in Buenos Aires
  • Drinking at a Bar Notable
  • Night mood in Buenos Aires

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Tara Bradford

    Fun shots! Can’t wait to see this gorgeous city for myself.

    1. Juergen

      Ohh!! When are you going to be here?

  2. Angela

    I love these first glimpses of Buenos Aires. Amazing photos and wonderful to see what catches your eye. I especially like the CGT one. I pass it almost every day and having recently read “Santa Evita” and “The Peron Novel,” I can’t look over there without thinking about those times and how they’re still with us today. Oh, and the cobblestones shot is stunning!

    1. Juergen

      Thank you for the compliments. We are about to watch Evita ( I think we have to) but how does the CGT relate?

  3. Clayton

    Awesome pictures! Thanks for the photo trip to Argentina.

  4. Tonya Keitt Kalule

    Even though I love seeing your photos, I also love reading what you have to say, your take on your day. So don’t lose too much of that and show just pics.
    Thanks! I have turned so many people onto your blog, and I continue to do so daily, because I really enjoy it, but I really enjoyed your take on Savannah, since that is my hometown.

    1. Juergen

      No worries,

      we will share our experiences in words as well, not just in photos. Savannah seems like such a long time ago. It’s kind of crazy about it that we just have been here for 2 weeks!

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